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Helicopters on Tax Day

Helicopters will conduct flight operations April 15 from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. in the Cheyenne Mountain area for flood mitigation. Increased dust and noise levels from this project can be expected during this time period due to hovering, movement of equipment and supply drops. The purpose of the flight operations are to transfer equipment to pre-planned… Continue Reading Helicopters on Tax Day

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Real estate action picks up

Greg Kaufman brokered the $5.35 million sale of a 57,000-square-foot commercial building at 4663 Centennial Boulevard in Colorado Springs. The seller was Centennial Colorado Partners, and the buyer was Moeser Square Partners. The buyer Broker was Jerry Knauf of the London Group. Cascade Commercial Group (CCG) represented Dr. Nawei Jiang, an acupuncturist, who recently purchased… Continue Reading Real estate action picks up

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Elizabeth Salomon joins Cherwell Software as CFO

Cherwell Software announced Elizabeth Salomon has joined the company as chief financial officer. Most recently, Salomon was CFO at Marshall &Swift/Boeckh and its holding company Decision Insight Information Group. She was also CFO at Ontario Systems, a software and services company serving the accounts receivable management industry. “Cherwell is pleased to have Elizabeth join our leadership team, especially… Continue Reading Elizabeth Salomon joins Cherwell Software as CFO

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UCHealth announces northern El Paso County location

University of Colorado Health announced expansion of its services into northern El Paso County with the opening of a primary care office in Monument. “Dr. Melissa Voutsalath accepts patients of all ages and has a special interest in women’s health, adolescent health, manipulative medicine and dermatology,” a press release from UCHealth reads. The office is… Continue Reading UCHealth announces northern El Paso County location

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Nonprofits score with Sky Sox home-run hits

ANB Bank and the Colorado Springs Sky Sox baseball team have partnered up to bring the Sky Sox Home Run Hits program back for its third season. The program that began in 2013 aims to donate money to four area nonprofit organizations during the Sky Sox home games. The bank broke the Sky Sox’s home… Continue Reading Nonprofits score with Sky Sox home-run hits

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Kaiser to celebrate medical office grand opening

Kaiser Permanente will celebrate the grand opening of its Parkside Medical Offices from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, April 25 at 215 Parkside Drive. The grand opening of the health system’s second medical office building in Colorado Springs will include  a farmers market with complimentary produce, refreshments, chair massages, live music, a magician and activities for children, according… Continue Reading Kaiser to celebrate medical office grand opening

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NORAD bolsters Cheyenne Mountain for added protection

Adm. William Gortney, commander of the U.S. Northern Command and NORAD, announced that certain significant communications assets are being moved into Cheyenne Mountain in order to protect them from electromagnetic pulse attacks. “There is a lot of movement to put capability into Cheyenne Mountain and to be able to communicate in there,” Gortney said during a… Continue Reading NORAD bolsters Cheyenne Mountain for added protection

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John Suthers might not have needed it in the race to determine Colorado Springs’ next mayor, but he definitely found himself riding a new wave in local politics. Thanks to a surprising late surge, 88,966 voters cast ballots in Tuesday’s municipal election, 1,592 fewer than those who voted four years earlier. But voter turnout, as… Continue Reading Suthers leads right swing in municipal election

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John Suthers and Mary Lou Makepeace might not have a lot in common, but they shared remarkably similar levels of surprise Tuesday night. From their reactions, it felt like they just had seen, without warning, the ending of a movie that they assumed to be far from over. Suthers, with the uncharacteristic giddiness of a… Continue Reading In the end, mayoral finalists on same page in some ways

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You can always count upon Colorado Springs voters to be thoughtful yet unpredictable, eccentric but somehow centered, antic yet logical. What did we find out when City Clerk Sarah Johnson delivered preliminary city election results Tuesday evening? Quite a lot, actually — so here are the answers to a few questions. • Can a united… Continue Reading Springs voters follow usual pattern

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